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Is Old Age A Disease?
The Roundtable Open Forum # 89
by T. SHER SINGH
Somehow, we have deluded ourselves into believing that the epitome of human excellence can be measured by the jogging abilities of men and women. And the ability to remain wrinkle-free.
Which Is More Important In Sikhi: Faith or Works?
The Roundtable Open Forum # 88
by BALPREET SINGH
Our spiritual virtues must take a practical form through seva and service to humanity ... for we believe that one who talks the talk, must also walk the walk.
The Thief Who Stole From The Gurdwara Coffers:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 87
by GURUCHARANJIT SINGH LAMBA
I am a janitorial worker at a gurdwara in India. The other day, I made the grievous mistake of stealing from the golak: I took one rupee (appprox. 2 cents U.S.).
My Girl Friend, a Sikh, Is Having An Arranged Marriage ... To Another:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 86
When she reached 17, her parents told her they'd arranged a marriage for her. The man they have chosen is 23, rich, successful and fantastically fit. I'm none of these.
Not Our Cup Of Tea:
Vedas And The Navel Gazers:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 85
Submitted by JAIMAL SINGH
Here's a reminder of why our Gurus asked us to steer away from Hinduism and the Vedas - and leave the intricacies of the latter to pre-occupy our Hindu brothers and sisters.
- Rakesh Krishnan Simha Cooks Up A Story
by GURMUKH SINGH [United Kingdom]
Indians! What Indians? How did this fellow make the giant leap from the Sikh conquest of Afghanistan to an Indian conquest, for heaven's sake?
Spitting Is Not Dialogue. Nor Is It Pious:
Internal Diversity & Intra-Faith Conversations
by SIMRAN JEET SINGH
We need forums where people with different interpretations of shared traditions could gather and share their perspectives.
The Roundtable Open Forum # 82
by LEESHA McKENNY
For those of us who live in the diaspora, to which nation, which political entity do we owe our loyalty? The country which is now our home, where our children flourish? Or the misery we have left behind in India?
I Am No Ann Landers:
Or, How To Cope With Inter-Faith Marriage
by T. SHER SINGH
THE ROUNDTABLE OPEN FORUM # 81: We are living in a world where all of the old mores have been either knocked down or are up for grabs.
The Nagar Keertan:
The Roundtable Open Forum # 80
by JAGDEESH SINGH & ATMA SINGH
These parades are a gross distortion of true Sikhi which, from beginning to end, is about social justice and activism. It is about global justice and global good. About sarbat-da-bhalla!